Michael Porter Jr & HS Stars Show Pro Skills at McDonald’s All American Practice

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| March 27th, 2017

The 2017 McDonald’s All-American game is this Wednesday, March 29 at Chicago’s United Center.
The top high school seniors in the USA kicked off their first night in Chicago with a mostly “private” practice at QUEST on the city’s West Side.
Recent Mizzou commit Michael Porter Jr, Deandre Ayton (Arizona) and point guards Trae Young (Oklahoma) and Jaylen Hands (UCLA) were among the early standouts for the WEST squad.
In our limited observation of the EAST, Trevon Duval, Kris Wilkes (UCLA), Collin Sexton (Alabama), and Mo Bamba were just some of the standouts.
Check out these exclusive raw highlights from the first day of 2017 McDonald’s All American practice from Chicago.
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